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Peter Lindbergh Captures 90’s Beauties Cindy, Eva, Karen, Helena, Nadja & Tatjana by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue Italia September 2015

Natasha Poly & Lily Aldridge Are ‘Born to be Wild’, Lensed By Mert & Marcus For Vogue Paris September 2015

Vincent Peters Captures Maryna Linchuk In Natural Beauty For Harper’s Bazaar UK September 2015

Laura Julie Sandra Francais Are Captured By Koto Bolofo In Numero France No. 166 August 2015
Crista Cober Is A Sensual Nature Goddess Lensed By Txema Yeste For Numero August 2015

Exclusive Debut: Stephan Glathe Shoots Masha Veronina In Lingerie Elegance At Berlin’s Schlosshotel im Grunewald

Mert & Marcus Snap Sexy, Social Media Models In ‘Privacy Settines’ For W Magazine August 2015

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Delivers Epic Sensuality In Luigi & Iango Images For Lui Magazine June 2015

Magdalena Frackowiak Launches 18-carat Gold Jewelry Collection

Luigi & Iango Capture Female Dominance In ‘Let It Rock’ For Vogue Germany June 2015

Gisele Bundchen Is An Earth Goddess Lensed By Paulo Vainer For Vogue Brazil May 2015

Tian Soars In ‘Twist’, Lensed By Kiki Xue For Harper’s Bazaar China May 2015

Monica Cima & Hannare Blaaboer Share An Appetitie For Attraction’ By Nicolas Guerin For Revs#14

Toni Garrn For Numero Russia February 2015 By William du Preez & Nick Thorton Jones

Woman | Julia Stegner By Daniele Duella & Iango Henzi For Muse Magazine Winter 2010

Joan Smalls & Karlie Kloss In Bonfire of the Goddesses for W Magazine November 2014

Coco Rocha In ‘Minerva Is A Diva’ By Kristian Schuller For L’Officiel Italia September 2014

Christy Turlington By Inez & Vinoodth For Porter Magazine #5

Natasha Poly In ‘Poly Pur’, Lensed By Luigi & Iango For Vogue Germany, October 2014

Adriana Lima In Lingerie By Giampaolo Sgura For Vogue Brazil October 2013

Doutzen Kroes Is ‘Pure Iconic’ By Paul Bellart For Vogue Netherlands September 2013

A Divine Kate Upton Is Boss In Henrique Gendre’s Vogue Brazil July 2013 Cover Shoot

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Film | American Artist Taryn Simon: Shot True by Matt Black | Pushing the Limits of Photography

Taryn Simon: Shot True on

Acclaimed artist Taryn Simon questions meaning and photographic truth while exploring the evolution of her work in filmmaker Matt Black’s new short. Playing upon an uneasy marriage of image and context, Simon blurs the lines between reportage, conceptual art and portraiture. Her latest and best-known piece, A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters, juxtaposes portraits of subjects ranging from victims of genocide in Bosnia to the body double of Uday Hussein with census-like text and abstract imagery. Featured this year at the Venice Biennale, Tate Modern, London, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, and opening at MOMA in New York in May, the piece is an exhaustive and poetic exploration of bloodlines and man’s will to survive. Trained as a photographer, Simon started out shooting for The New York Times before winning a grant to pursue her first project The Innocents, a series of portraits of people wrongly convicted of crimes that explored the ambiguity of photography. With An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar she unveiled secret sites within America hidden from mainstream consciousness while Contraband disclosed the nation’s fears and desires through the mundane items and counterfeit goods smuggled into the US. “Even as she is stripping back her images, they are always beautiful,” offers Black. “There is always a political element, a sense of paranoia, and government.”

A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters by Taryn Simon is at the Tate Modern, London, until January 2 2012, and opens at MOMA in New York on May 1 2012.

Anne is in a heap of tears this morning watching this short film about Taryn Simon. Profoundly affected, she has just located this Taryn Simon TED Talk. Taryn is one of the most articulate young women we’ve ever met.


Happy Thanksgiving Film Message From AOC: Louie Schwartzberg: Nature. Beauty. Gratitude.

Nature’s beauty can be easily missed — but not through Louie Schwartzberg’s lens. His stunning time-lapse photography, accompanied by powerful words from Benedictine monk David Steindl-Rast, serves as a meditation on being grateful for every day. via

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Amber Valletta | Steven Klein | W September 2011 | ‘One for the Ages’ AOC Private Studio

Today’s NYT Style interviews photographer Steven Klein, whose aging images of Amber Valletta (see above) were shown last week as ‘Time Capsule’, organized by Russian art impresario Dasha Zhukova at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow.

Some visitors were seeing the show for a second time. It made its debut in New York in September at the Park Avenue Armory, in a cavernous room lighted only by the video panels overhead. Some visitors were as beguiled, but others responded more coolly. Age happens, said Carine Roitfeld, the former editor of French Vogue: “It’s a reality, unfortunately.”

Ms. Roitfeld was doubtless aware that in raising the specter of human decline, Mr. Klein had taken a pickax to fashion’s most fearsome taboo. “Showing age is always a disturbing thing,” said Stefano Tonchi, the editor of W magazine and the former editor of T: The New York Times Style Magazine, who commissioned the video project and published still images from the shoot in W’s September issue.

Jacqueline Novogratz: Inspiring a life of immersion

Intermission #5

Hanaa Ben Abdesslem (above) and Anais Pouliot (below)cover the 5th issue of Intermission Magazine in these striking, stripped down to the bone, not overly airbrushed, raw beauty covers shot by John Scarisbrick and styled by Daniel Magnussen. Hitting newsstands December 9th the issue features contributions from industry innovators like Mario Sorrenti, Mikael Jansson, Mark Carrasquillo, Gaia Repossi, Fabien Baron, Ezra Petronio and Tom Sachs. via

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